September 2, 2014

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Brothers buy the New Pastime Theater

Brothers Sebastian and Camerin Ernst are the proud new owners of the historic New Pastime Theater. They have been busy removing all the old fixtures in the building and plan to renovate the place into a modern, community theater. Photo by Roger McKinney.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

When they were little boys Camerin and Sebastian Ernst talked about owning the New Pastime Theater. It was a dream. It was a fantasy. Then, they grew up and their wish became a reality. The brothers searched online until they discovered the theater’s current owner, but there was no contact information. Grasping for straws, they looked on Craig’s List, and there posted for sale was the New Pastime Theater. Long story-short, they bought it.

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Reid receives Website/Social Media Award

BRETT REID

Brett Reid, manager of the Facebook page for Wyatt’s Supervalu in Falmouth, was recognized on August 13 for being the best in class for Website and Social Media. Reid highlights new items and special events for all departments; i.e. March Madness, weather, special employee events and community events.

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City of Falmouth honors Bob Wiggins

Bob Wiggins, front center, “King of All Wildcat Basketball Fans,” was honored as the first inductee into the city of Falmouth’s Hall of Fame. Standing, from left: Councilman Darryl Ammerman, Councilman Gary Askin, Councilman Ron Stinson, Councilwoman Jodi Ramey, Falmouth Mayor Mark Hart, Councilman Ernie Richie, Councilman Stan Love. Photo by Roger McKinney.

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

Falmouth Mayor Mark Hart and the Falmouth City Council honored Bob Wiggins by making him the first member of the City of Falmouth’s Hall of Fame on the evening of August 27, 2014. He’s number one, the very first inductee. The ceremony took place at Wiggins’ home on Elm Street. The mayor presented Wiggins with a plaque that paid tribute to the man as the undisputed "King of All Wildcat Basketball Fans."

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Fiscal Court sets county tax rate

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

The Pendleton County Fiscal Court set the 2014 county and mental health tax rate using the compensating rate alone. Thus, the 2014 tax rate will be the same as the 2013 tax rate.

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Falmouth Council sets city tax rates

By Roger McKinney, Reporter

In a special called meeting on the evening of August 27, 2014 the Falmouth City Council voted to set the motor vehicle and watercraft tax rate at .2040 per $100 valuation and to set the tangible personal property tax rate at .750 per $100 valuation. These two rates will be the same as they were in 2013.

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